The majority of UK businesses are failing to communicate properly with their younger employees and it’s affecting their workplace morale and productivity, a new survey has found.
The issue of productivity and motivation isn’t a new one. But companies are starting to realise methods used to engage and retain baby boomers won’t work as well on Millennials.
Martyn Barnett, MD at RMG Networks provides advice on how to communicate internal information to an increasingly overwhelmed millennial workforce with a low attention span.
There is a new breed of employee shaping our industry. They’re not just bright digital natives, they’re innovators, makers, creators, thinkers and connectors.
Having previously operated its Facebook at Work product in a beta mode, the social media giant has rebranded it Workplace and published a pricing structure.
If you thought you worked hard, you should ask your dad or granddad what their career was like at your age. A few short decades ago, the world of work was very different.
Marketing is the lifeblood of our business as entrepreneurs, something we do daily to make sure the money flows in, but what happens when you’re marketing to young people and they are no longer listening?
Paul Redmond looks into the direct impact employees’ financial worries are having on workplace performance and the challenges it presents to employers.
Young Chinese consumers view brands very differently to their peers in the West. Sophie Lord, Landor’s executive director of strategy, discusses the implications for global brands.
While there has been much insight about how companies need to brace for impact when Generation Z hits the workforce, it's been revealed that, actually, firms are already offering what they want – and current perceptions are highly contradictory.
There has been a lot of press recently about millennials and the type of leadership development that will be beneficial to this generation. As such, Noggin CEO Ben Houghton ponders what we will be looking for from the next generation of employees and how we will evaluate, remunerate and reward these individuals?
Whether it is two words jammed together or just those that make very little sense, the SME community has let it be known what jargon has no right to exist.